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  • On 17 January 2008, a British Airways Boeing 777-236ER, operating as BA038 from Beijing to London, crash-landed at Heathrow after both Trent 800 engines lost power during the aircraft's final approach.Rolls-Royce Trent-Wikipedia
  • On 17 January 2008, British Airways Flight 38 crash-landed near the Great South West Road southeast of Heathrow Airport.A30 road-Wikipedia
  • This was its first fatal accident, second crash (after British Airways Flight 38), and third hull loss since the 777 began operating commercially in 1995.Asiana Airlines Flight 214-Wikipedia
  • In 2008, British Airways Flight 38 to land smashed through the south runway's fence in Heathrow or, arguably, the commercial/road part of Hatton or Hatton Cross (using Londoners' common station based naming).Hatton, London-Wikipedia
  • At least one passenger re-entered a Boeing 777 that crashed in 2008 to retrieve personal belongings.Hand luggage-Wikipedia
  • This was the cause of the British Airways Flight 38 accident.Jet fuel-Wikipedia

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